Fb2 The Hovering Giant ePub
by Cole Blasier
|Publisher:||Univ of Pittsburgh Pr (Txt) (January 1986)|
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response to revolutions in Latin America from Madero in Mexico to Allende in Chile.
response to revolutions in Latin America from Madero in Mexico to Allende in Chile. leaders sponsored paramilitary units to overthrow revolutionary governments in Guatemala and Cuba and compromised their own differences with revolutionary governments in Mexico and Bolivia. The protection of private . interests was part of the explanation, but Blasier gave greater emphasis to rivalry with Germany or the Soviet Union.
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Dr. Blasier, who possesses both diplomatic and academic credentials, defines three stages of revolutionary change and investigates the . response to each of them in the cases of Mexico, Bolivia, Guatemala and Cuba. He also refers to . policy in Peru, Chile and the Dominican Republic, and provides a detailed description of Latin American seizures of . The Hovering Giant: . Responses to Revolutionary Change in Latin America.
The Hovering Giant: . Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1976, pp. xix, 315, Notes, Index, Tables, illus. Kenneth J. Grieb (a1). University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.